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October 31, 2012

by Invisible Children

We proudly introduce LOBBY:DC

We always have something up our sleeve, and true to form, we’ve arranged a bonus to accompany our MOVE:DC event. On November 16th, the day before MOVE:DC, we will be meeting at the U.S. Capitol to LOBBY:DC and demand that Congress takes immediate, concrete action to help stop the LRA. Did we mention the plan is to […]

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by Bethany Williams

Teacher Exchange: meet Patrick

  “It’s great to see students who start with lots of problems improving,” Drago Patrick, a mathematics and geography teacher at Gulu High School, says. By partner teaching with Teacher Exchange educators who have come to Uganda in the past, Patrick says that he has learned to be more patient with his students. “It has […]

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October 30, 2012

by Krista Morgan

MOVE:DC – it’s all in the details

We want you to be as informed as possible about MOVE:DC. Every ounce of information we have can be found on our website but sometimes you just want to watch a video to learn all the hows & whys (provided above). And sometimes you want the staff writer to write a blog about the details […]

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by Krista Morgan

19 things to stop doing in your 20s

We have written about The Buried Life multiple times. One could assume that we’re obsessed, and we wouldn’t necessarily counter that claim. They recently posted the below list on their Tumblr and it’s swept through our office like wildfire. Read, be enlightened, weep, smile, sigh, and pass it on. 19 Things To Stop Doing In […]

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by Alex Naser-Hall

I’m going to MOVE:DC – Hannah Jones

Hannah Jones is, admittedly, one of my best friends. More relevant than that to this blog post, however, is her dedication to Invisible Children and her willingness to sacrifice to end LRA violence and secure justice for Joseph Kony. Hannah is one of 5,000+ attending MOVE:DC on November 17. She is making the journey across […]

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October 29, 2012

by Judith Pendergrast

The eye of the storm

Over 9,000 flights have been cancelled, subways are closed, people have emptied grocery stores, boarded up their windows, and generators have been purchased. Hurricane Sandy is bringing the wind, predicted to reach upwards of eighty miles per hour by tonight. Damage has already begun, starting from North Carolina and moving up through Maine. The worst […]

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by Krista Morgan

Taylor Swift is saving the (my) world

I have so much work to do. But I absolutely have to put it all on hold so I can write a blog post (read: write a love letter) about Taylor Swift. My love affair with Taylor begin in 2006 with her song Tim McGraw. Life-changing, I tell you. Since then, I have memorized every lyric […]

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by Kyle Stewart

Attempted murder of DRC healer and hero

Last Thursday evening, Congolese humanitarian Dr. Denis Mukwege narrowly escaped an assassination attempt in his hometown of Bukavu in southeastern DR Congo. Returning home from a visit to Europe, a group of four to five gunmen took Dr. Mukwege’s daughters hostage and killed one of his bodyguards. Capturing the attention of humanitarians worldwide, Dr. Mukwege’s work with Physicians for Human Rights and […]

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by Krista Morgan

Horlick High School is on the MOVE

Horlick High School is officially on the MOVE. After our Midwest Roadies visited the Racine, Wisconsin school to screen our new film, the students got so pumped about MOVE:DC that the principal helped to arrange an overnight field trip to Washington DC for the November 17th event. The 56-passenger deluxe motor coach has been chartered, […]

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by Bethany Williams

Tony: film internship reflections

Tony, a Legacy Scholarship Program (LSP) student, reflects on what he learned during his internship with the Invisible Children film team in Uganda: It’s been a very wonderful journey for me since June 21st, 2012 when I started my internship with Invisible Children Uganda’s (ICU) Dream Factory 2. I have learned a lot of about […]

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